On April 5 the 101 Ranch Wild West Show opened in Hot Springs, Arkansas. They traveled to Brooklyn, New England, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Washington, Baltimore, Boston, New York, Buffalo, Detroit, Oklahoma and Texas. The show closed in Houston, Texas on October 28.
The show journeyed with Edward Arlington to Rio de Janeiro. The Atlantic sea rough and the show people were plagued with sea sickness. Hank Darnell suffered with smallpox and begged to be thrown overboard, but he survived his ordeal though four Indians died from smallpox. Stock contracted glander, a very contagious and deadly equine disease. When one of the shows horses were found to have contracted the disease, all the horses were shot and burned.